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Offshore Compliant Platforms (2020)
Analysis, Design, and Experimental Studies by Srinivasan Chandrasekaran, R. Nagavinothini
The vertical displacement is called setdown. Since the tethers are in high tension, the setdown effect is minimal. The horizontal component of the pre‐tension in the tethers produces a restoring force to the structure, bringing the hull back to its ...
by Richard A. Matzner
setdown The radiation stress associated with breaking water waves results in a setup, or superelevation of the mean water level, in the vicinity of the ...
4-volume set by Hans J. Hillerbrand
Although someProtestants heldtothe indissolubility ofmarriage, the greater number rejected the Catholic position, later setdown attheCouncil of Trent, thata validly celebrated and consummated Christian marriagecould be dissolved only by the ...
Bouvier's Law Dictionary (1897)
by John Bouvier
wherein to setdown all would take up a whole volume of itself. In the United to the clergy is not established by law. CLERGYABLE. In English Law.
by Washington Institute, Chicago
Setdown the items in theirorder of due date. 7 Calculate the number of days between the first and second items, and multiply the amount of the second item by the number of days. This is called the product of average. Proceed in like manner ...
Giving the Derivation, Source, Or Origin of Common Phrases, Allusions, and Words that Have a Tale to Tell by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer
The ** Setdown** wiw succeeded by the Noddy, to called from Its osoillarin; motion hnckwards ami forward!.— "Sketches o/Irdawf (1S17). Neddy. A dunce ; a euphemism for "an ass." Neddy. A life-preserver ; so called from one Kennedy, ...
A Pronouncing Lexicon of the English Language
to setdown in detail; to repeat. STATED, sta'-ted , a., ...
there be many - exorbitant and extravagant opinions setdown and published for positive and good law.
Explanatory, Pronouncing, Etymological, and Synonymous : with an Appendix Containing Various Useful Tables by Noah Webster
Te setdown ; to make ...
A Most Complete and Thoroughly Modern Dictionary of the English Language
To setdown in a short sketch or note; to write minutes of; to make a note of. minutely, a. & adv. [Eng. minute, a.; -ly.] A. An adj. (as min'-if-ly) : Happening every minute; constant. uncensing. “Throwing themselves absolutely upon God's minulrly ...
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Scrabble value of S1E1T1D2O1W4N1
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